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Discourse Legitimating of Constitution

Discourse Legitimating of Constitution

Author: Marina Muskhelishvili

Page number, Format: 94, A4

Financing: The book is prepared and published by the Center for Social Sciences, with the financial support of OSI - Zug Foundation, Higher Education Support Program (HESP) of Open Society Institute in Budapest.

© Center for Social Sciences, 2006

Short Description: The aim of the book is to teach students the method of discourse analysis and develop skills of independent research. It contains the discussion of basic concepts and approaches: constitution and political institutions in the context of liberal republican and democratic political traditions, research methods - institutional and discourse. The author also discusses the Georgian reality - the issue of public legitimization of the constitution in 2004 and a study about political views of Georgian citizens.

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Author: Marina Muskhelishvili

Page number, Format: 94, A4

Financing: The book is prepared and published by the Center for Social Sciences, with the financial support of OSI - Zug Foundation, Higher Education Support Program (HESP) of Open Society Institute in Budapest.

© Center for Social Sciences, 2006

Short Description: The aim of the book is to teach students the method of discourse analysis and develop skills of independent research. It contains the discussion of basic concepts and approaches: constitution and political institutions in the context of liberal republican and democratic political traditions, research methods - institutional and discourse. The author also discusses the Georgian reality - the issue of public legitimization of the constitution in 2004 and a study about political views of Georgian citizens.

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